ALEX LEVICOFF, baritone
Alexander Levicoff is a music teacher and performer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A graduate of the Esther-Boyer College of Music at Temple University, he studied voice with Lawrence Indik. Music has always been a large part of his life. He has toured internationally with the Keystone State Boychoir, singing in the children’s choir during the OCP 2002 production of Carmen, and has been featured as a soloist with the KSB, Temple’s University Chorale, and as a soloist with Warminster Symphony Orchestra. He was also featured multiple times as the baritone soloist with Temple’s prestigious Concert Choir and Graduate Conductor’s Choir. As of this year, he has also performed in a multitude of operas between Berks Opera Workshop, Opera Libera, Opera North, and the Temple University Opera Theater and Opera Workshop, with works ranging from Bizet and Massenet, to Mozart, Strauss and Donizetti. He hopes to go on to graduate school to attain a masters degree in opera, with an eventual doctoral degree in vocal performance or musical history.